Tuesday, November 10, 2015


So this past weekend we lost the actor, Gunnar Hansen. He portrayed “Leatherface ‘Bubba’ Sawyer” in the 1974 horror classic, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. His performance alone scared the shit out of me and millions of people in the 70s and on through the 80’s. I remember seeing the movie the first time at the drive-in. Those times in the 70s, grown ups didn’t care if a movie scared you or not. I think they wanted it to scare you to toughen you up or to make fun of you for the rest of your life. Well in any case, it scared the crap out of me. I was so scared of Leatherface that my nightmares had nightmares.

Then after seeing the movie more and more, I got immune to the “scary” parts of it and enjoyed the horror it brought to me. As I got into middle & high school, it became the “midnight” movie at the local theaters. It even became the biggest date movie ever to us preteens. I remember one of my first dates in middle school was taking her to see the movie during a Saturday matinee. The whole theater was fully packed with middle schooler's yelling, throwing popcorn and all that shit, but when the lights turned off, it was time to get scared. I won’t go into details about the date, but she was scared for some time and didn't talk to me for a while. HA! My friends & I though would always see it every school year. Now, the movie is pretty much on all the time. I haven't seen it in a while, but I think it's time to bring back the nightmares once again. This time, I'll enjoy it. Thanks a lot, Gunnar Hansen for making 'Leatherface' one of the true faces in horror history. R.I.P.

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***PLAYLIST | NOVEMBER 10, 2015***
(intro) Melvins | Honey Bucket | Houdini
Discharge | NWO | single
Spotlights | The Fire Walk | Demonstration
The Body & Krieg | Celebrate Your Shame | split LP
Sacrilege | Lifeline | Behind The Realms of Madness (1985 Reissue)
Kowloon Walled City | The Grift | Grievances
Cold Sweats | The Business | Social Coma
The Communion |  Graft | Great Violence And Hidden Depths Split Album
Shadows in the Cracks | 800 Meters | Shadows in the Cracks
Helmsplitter | The Ancients Beneath | Great Violence And Hidden Depths Split Album
Fuzz | Rat Race | II
The Great Tyrant | Softly, Everyone Dies | The Trouble WIth Being Born
Poison Tongues | Bastards | For Freedom's Sake
Wailin Storms | Mystery Girl | One Foot In The Flesh Grave
Destruction Unit | Salvation | Negative Feedback Resistor
Pinkish Black | I'm All Gone | Bottom of the Morning
Scalped | Dig In Deeper | 2nd EP
Spray Paint | Polar Beer | Punters On A Barge
Desgraciados | Desgraciados | Humanidad En La Obcuridad EP
Ex-Breathers | Open Source | Past Tense
Saviours | Devil’s Crown | Palace Of Vision
USA Nails | Holiday | No Pleasure
Oaf | Clean Slate | S/T
Carved Up | Riffer Phoenix | Matador
Night Birds | In the Red / In the Black | Mutiny at Muscle Beach
Mountain of Wizard | The Sleeve | Casting Rhythms And Disturbances
Nervous Curtains | PMA | Con
Blacklisters | Cash Cow | Adult
Extreme Noise Terror | I Like Coca (Outo “I Like Cola”) | Extreme Noise Terror
Fought Upon Earth | Mutiny in Progress | Fought Upon Earth
Die Choking | Bastard Of Hyperion | III
Sofy Major | Slow Everywhere | Waste
All Hell | The Unseen | The Red Sect
Pronto | Don't Pick Me Up | Pronto
Clutch | Your Love Is Incarceration | Psychic Warfare

Robert Gongora
San Francisco, California